Sunday, 12 August 2012

Bourjois 1 Second Magic Nail Polish Remover


This is one of those cult blogging products that everyone and their mum has been talking about over the past few months, i finally got my hands on it so i thought i would give you the low down!

Now these type of products have been around for years and there are a good few on the market but Bourjois have released their own and everyone has seemed to go crazy for it.

So what exactly is it? 

A very fancy nail polish remover pot.

It has a sponge inside the pot which is soaked with nail polish remover so you just dip your finger into the sponge, twist, remove and then the nail polish has been instantly removed.

It really is super quick and so convenient but it does not take only 1 second that's for sure its more like 3 seconds to be honest but that is still pretty quick.

Now the difference with this magic pot to others is that it has a scent, now please don't do what i did and smell the pot because it literally nearly knocked me out lol. It is meant to have a scent of red fruit and vanilla but to me its just more of a sweet like scent just literally like sweets. The scent gets left behind once you have used the product so in the nicest possible way your fingers will smell nice and sweet once you have used it.

The nail polish remover is an acetone free remover and it contains nourishing sweet almond oil which is great for keeping your nails and cuticles in good condition. As it is an oil it does leave a slight residue behind just to warn you.

For £4.99 it is obviously a lot more money than a conventional nail polish remover but i guess you are really paying the few extra pounds for the convenience and ease of the product..it is also great for travelling! 

I do really love it and it does work like magic i just don't know if i will keep repurchasing instead of a standard nail polish remover.

What do you think? Are you blown away by the magic pot? 
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6 comments

  1. i actually found an exact dupe in savers for 75p!! great post x.

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  2. Great post! Very tempting to try this out :)

    www.mintyessence.com

    xx

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  3. It˙s OK, but just too expensive (in my country) :/

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  4. I've heard so much about these, but I'm not sure if I could pay £4.99 for it when theres so many others for cheaper out there! :) xx

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  5. I want one of these but cannot find in in Australia or find a website that will ship it here!

    http://arrceebee.blogspot.com.au/

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